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Day curfew lifted in Silapathar

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SILAPATHAR, March 14 - The Dhemaji district administration lifted day curfew here from today even as it decided to continue with the night curfew. The town saw widespread violence after activists of the Nikhil Bharat Bangali Udbastu Samannay Samity (NIBBUS) ransacked the office of the local AASU unit following a rally by the lesser known organisation on March 6.

The district administration officials also held a discussion with the members of the AASU and other organisations agitating against the March 6 incident. They have been demanding immediate arrest of the main accused Subodh Biswas, president of NIBBUS, and others involved in the act of vandalism.

Meanwhile, police this morning apprehended three persons � Potit Paban Rajbonghshi, Bharat Rajbonghshi and Probin Debnath from Majorbari near here, who reportedly helped Subodh Biswas to cross the Brahmaputra river on March 12.

Dhemaji Deputy Commissioner Rosani A Korati said all the agitating organisations in today�s joint meeting agreed on bringing normalcy in Silapathar. Some local Bengali organisations and businessmen were also present in the meeting. She further said that steps are being taken to maintain a cordial relationship among all the communities in the town.

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Day curfew lifted in Silapathar

SILAPATHAR, March 14 - The Dhemaji district administration lifted day curfew here from today even as it decided to continue with the night curfew. The town saw widespread violence after activists of the Nikhil Bharat Bangali Udbastu Samannay Samity (NIBBUS) ransacked the office of the local AASU unit following a rally by the lesser known organisation on March 6.

The district administration officials also held a discussion with the members of the AASU and other organisations agitating against the March 6 incident. They have been demanding immediate arrest of the main accused Subodh Biswas, president of NIBBUS, and others involved in the act of vandalism.

Meanwhile, police this morning apprehended three persons � Potit Paban Rajbonghshi, Bharat Rajbonghshi and Probin Debnath from Majorbari near here, who reportedly helped Subodh Biswas to cross the Brahmaputra river on March 12.

Dhemaji Deputy Commissioner Rosani A Korati said all the agitating organisations in today�s joint meeting agreed on bringing normalcy in Silapathar. Some local Bengali organisations and businessmen were also present in the meeting. She further said that steps are being taken to maintain a cordial relationship among all the communities in the town.